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Harry Potter – The Goodies and the Baddies 

With the final instalment of Harry Potter’s adventures – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 - coming out on Blu-ray and DVD this Friday 2nd December, we thought we’d put together a little guide to the wizarding goodies and baddies of the Harry Potter world! 

THE GOOD 

Harry PotterHarry Potter
First of all we must meet Mr Potter himself of course! He was orphaned whilst escaping an almost certain grizzly end when just a little baby, thanks to his lovely mum saving him from the evil Lord Voldemort. Harry grows up across the seven films and into his role as saviour and champion of the wizarding world! Starting off as a shy, spectacled muggle (muggle = non wizarding folk), he soon  emerges into a brave, clever young wizard who is willing to do anything to protect his friends.

Ron WeasleyRon Weasley
Next up we have Harry’s best friend extraordinaire; Ron Weasley. Ron is the youngest of five Weasley brothers, but also has a little sister named Ginny. The Weasleys are a second family to Harry in times of need and are a great bunch to have around. Ron may not be the most gifted wizard of all time, but he certainly is a good friend to have around. He’s a notoriously passionate and funny character, with fiery red hair and a great sense of humour.


Hermoine GraingerHermione Granger
The last of our trio of Hogwarts chums is Hermione Granger. Probably the most gifted young witch in the school, Hermione wasn’t even born in the wizarding world. Mr & Mrs Granger are dentists who seem to be oblivious of the adventures she’s gotten into whilst at Hogwarts. After being saved in the girls' toilets from a mountain troll by Harry and Ron, Hermione becomes one of their best friends, the voice of reason, and a fountain of knowledge for the boys. She’s also a girl who kicks some serious butt, so look out boys, Hermione has some real girl power! She may be bossy, but she is a loyal friend and helps to make the three young students an unstoppable team.

THE BAD 

Draco MalfoyDraco Malfoy
First in a long line of Harry Potter baddies is Draco Malfoy. Though he’s a fellow Hogwarts student, he’s a really bad apple. Malfoy dislikes poor Harry from day one thanks to his muggle lineage; Draco is a real snob and believes only ‘purebloods’ should be allowed to study at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Due to his father’s dark ties Malfoy gets pulled into Lord Voldemort’s clutches in the later books and is constantly making trouble for Harry and his pals.

Severus SnapeSeverus Snape

Next is Professor Severus Snape. Snape primarily teaches Potions at Hogwarts, though in the sixth book he ends up teaching Defence Against the Dark Arts, a position he’s desired for a long time. He proves himself to be quite the bully, pulling poor Harry and his friends up for the tiniest things, whilst letting his favourite, Draco, get away with plenty of naughtiness! We never really know where Snape’s real loyalties until the final film, so he’s an interesting character - and definitely not one to be messed with!

Lord Voldemort
Last, but definitely not least, is the evil Lord Voldemort. Voldemort is the arch nemesis of our Harry Potter. The nastiest piece of work you could imagine, Voldemort is so evil most witches and wizards won’t even say his name, referring to him only as ‘you-know-who’ and ‘he who should not be named’. He tried killing Harry when he was only a baby, but didn’t succeed, thus leading to ‘the prophecy’ that names Harry Potter as ‘the chosen one’ - the only wizard who can truly kill The Dark Lord. As you can imagine, poor Harry is on the top of Voldemort’s hit list, which makes for some epic battles. All we know is he’s a powerful and scary guy who we wouldn’t want on the wrong side of! 

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